06 March 2012

Piqué could not believe the report of the Technical Committee of Referees

The centre-back was very surprised to hear the complaint of the referees and told his classmates he did not understand anything.

Gerard Piqué came yesterday morning training at Ciutat Esportiva to work normally. The centre-back complaint knew the Referees Technical Committee announced Sunday that its president, Sanchez Arminio, and it was that one of the topics of conversation with peers. The reaction of the Blaugrana, beyond the anger that had shown itself in the mixed zone, shortly after being expelled by Velasco Carballo against Sporting, was a surprise. Piqué was totally incredulous at the news and the fact that the referees would have complained to the Competition Committee of the RFEF.

The player did not understand anything and they transmitted to their peers. The lack of criteria for assessing similar actions that have occurred this season have left dislocated. More than anger, which he felt was the main surprise and disappointment at what he considers a little understandable that increases punishment, if anything, the feeling of helplessness at having seen the red card on the field.

Backed by the rest of the players that form the template, Piqué now expected events, although I would not understand that the complaint had just become a punishment. (via SPORT)